Despite the recession still affecting many industries and markets, it does appear that the number of people going skiing once, twice or even more times a year, is starting to rise once again. For many, the pull of snow is too great and as such the rise in people buying ski properties is also increasing. […]
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Disneyland Paris is a truly magical place. The rides, the shows, your favourite characters walking to and fro, and of course, the queuing. Who doesn’t love a really nice long bit of queuing? Personally I don’t feel like I’ve had a proper holiday unless I’ve spent a nice big chunk of it standing politely […]
Famous for cheese and wine, the French cuisine is well acclaimed for its experimentation and innovation with food all over the world. With a history of mannerism and profound culture, France is the place where you can enjoy rich eatables in high class restaurants. Owing to the brilliance of its inherited history of ages, today […]
In France you’ll find an outstanding 320 resorts for skiing and snowboarding, with many that easily match the big resorts in Austria and Switzerland. Snowboarders from across the world flock to the French Alps during the winter months to enjoy everything the French slopes have on offer, but what are the best resorts to check out?
There is only one problem about visiting France, and that is deciding where to go, as it is so full of beautiful places. Romantic and so culturally rich, France is loved by so many visitors. Brittany in France is mystical, with its Celtic roots and has so many highlights. Although many people visit the Brittany […]
Loire Valley Guide Want a holiday where you think you’ve died and gone to heaven? Then why not visit the wonderful Loire Valley in France. For plenty of good reasons, it is often referred to as the “Garden of France” for it is a beautiful area of flowers, vineyards and rolling hills which is proud […]
The Limousin region is situated in central France. It is a mainly rural area and outside the major cities it is like turning back time to a quieter and sedate way of life, and a tranquil French holiday location. In the north of the region – there are two departments Creuse and Haute-Vienne. The “wetlands” […]
Normandy offers a patchwork landscape of lush rolling verdant countryside, quaint fishing villages, ancient stone chateaux, thatched cottages, half timbered farmhouses and orchards. It is one of the most historic and interesting areas of France.
The Manche channel coast offers long sandy beaches with many rock pools which children love so much. Many of the popular beaches have lifeguards in attendance. Municipal beaches often have a children’s play area where there are organised games, trampolines, and many other activities.
The Languedoc-Roussillon region lazes its way along the Med coast from the Spanish border to the Camargue. It is well servred by airports at Carcassonne, Perpignan, Nimes, and Montpellier – and more coming. If you fancy a long drive – about 12 hours from Calais to Perpignan – autoroutes all the way! Enjoy the slow […]
Paris is the capital of France and the country’s largest city. It is situated on the River Seine, in northern France, at the heart of the Île-de-France region. Paris is located in the north-bending arc of the river Seine and includes two islands, the Île Saint-Louis and the larger Île de la Cité, which form […]